Cordell & Cordell hires litigation attorney Leander Gorski in its Warrenville office

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    Leander Gorski

 
Submitted by Erica Jones
Posted7/12/2019 8:01 PM

WARRENVILLE -- Cordell & Cordell, the nation's largest domestic litigation firm focusing on representing men in family law cases, recently hired Litigation Attorney Leander Gorski in its Warrenville office (4320 Winfield Road Suite 200, Warrenville, IL 60555).

Mr. Gorski earned his Juris Doctor from the John Marshall Law School. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Missouri and is licensed to practice in Illinois.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Mr. Gorski practiced family law, probate, and real estate.

Mr. Gorski is a strong communicator and is able to simplify many of the complex issues that arise during the divorce process.

"I have the ability to break problems down for clients in simple components, so that they can understand the steps needed to achieve their desired outcome," he said. "The other side of communication is the ability to listen to my client's needs and desires to ensure that they are being met."

Cordell & Cordell has more than 250 attorneys working in more than 100 offices across the United States and United Kingdom.

About Cordell & Cordell

Cordell & Cordell is an international domestic litigation firm that focuses on men's divorce with offices across the United States and United Kingdom. Cordell & Cordell's innovative approach to family law has garnered national coverage from outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Time magazine, CNN, and FOX News. For more information about Cordell & Cordell, please visit CordellCordell.com or call (866) 323-7529.

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